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The Women Jordans 2017 Alternate 91 as part of Jordan Brand's "Alternate" Collection. Dressed in a White, Pure Platinum, and Gum Red color scheme. This Air Jordan 6 represents what Michael Jordan would have worn during his 1991 playoff run. Completing the shoe is the year "1991" on the inner tongue and translucent soles. Somewhat of a hybrid maroon rendition as well, the sneaker pays homage to the Chicago Bulls' signature tones with white, pure platinum and gym red accents covering its entire upper. This iteration is also the pair that MJ would’ve donned during the 1991 Playoffs, as the year "1991" is evidenced on the tongues. Finally, translucent outsoles finish off the design. While previous rumors suggested this model to be the Air Jordan 6 Hare, this latest variation of the basketball silhouette is actually an extension of Jordan Brand's "Alternate" color scheme for 2017.
New Jordans 2016, Michael Jordan's first championship came by way of the Air Jordan 6 which has thus inspired the Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle "Metallic Gold" and leads to the inspiration of the "Alternate" Air Jordan 6 Retro. The colorway is dressed in a White/Pure Platinum-Gym Red. They're almost like a hybrid between the "Maroon" Air Jordan 6 and "Hare" Air Jordan 7 releases. Featuring a White perforated leather upper with Pure Platinum detailing and Gym Red accents on the lining, lace look and tongue. Completing the shoe is the year "1991" on the tongue and translucent soles. It can even be regarded as a hybrid of the Air Jordan 6 "Maroon" and it pays tribute the classic "Bred" color scheme that has always drawn inspiration from the Chicago Bulls. The uppers of this sneaker of a clean White base for the Gym Red- and Pure Platinum-colored detailing that cover them throughout.
The Jordans 2017 features a bold white, pure platinum and gym red color scheme. Sporting MJ's team hues and classic color blocking, the 'Alternate '91' iteration arrives in a style that represents what might have been during the G.O.A.T.'s playing days. The shoe takes the Bugs Bunny colorway of Michael Jordan's seventh signature model and ports it over to his sixth, bringing with it the grey nubuck sections and the red accents. There also looks to be some sort of texture on the upper separating its leather from the standard stuff found on Jordan retros, but that aspect of the design is harder to make out. The Air Jordan 6 is receiving the iconic "Hare" treatment in early 2017. The Air Jordan 6 "Hare" will feature a white and pure platinum upper accompanied by hits of gym red on the sock liner, tongue, heel, and midsole. A white Jumpmanand clear, translucent outsole complete the colorway. Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness. He took the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents' will while capturing the imagination of fans worldwide.